Vietnam: New Religion Law Poses Increased Concerns
Vietnam's Law on Belief and Religion, which came into force on January 1st, has alarmed Christians because it insists religious groups must be registered and approved by the government. They also believe that the law's vague wording could be exploited to limit church activities.Despite some improvement in religious freedoms during recent years, some Christians continue to face intense pressure, especially those who speak out against corruption and human rights abuses.
•For these sentenced Christians who are experiencing such tremendous hardships for expressing their concerns over the country's human rights and religious freedom issues.
•For direction and deliverance, may these believers sense His abiding presence
•that the Lord will also speak into the hearts of all those involved in the persecution of Vietnam's Christians
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